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Publisher Description

EDITOR'S NOTE: REFERENCES CITED OR CONSULTED ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST FROM JHOLLINGSWORTH@EPARENT.COM. Ken is an 8th grader who has Asperger syndrome. He is fully integrated and attends a regular middle school in an affluent, urban community. The school is large (about 2,500 students) and ethnically diverse. Ken's strengths are in computers, and he is known to be an "electronic whiz," often carrying the latest version of a cell phone or iPod. Recently, Ken reported that he had his third iPod stolen out of his backpack. Upon questioning, we learned that all three thefts occurred during Physical Education, when his backpack was lying on the grass along with all the others. When Ken discovered that the phone or iPod was missing, he heard whoops of laughter and jeering from the same gang of boys. Ken repeatedly told his parents that he didn't know how his gadgets disappeared.

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2008
August 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
7
Pages
PUBLISHER
EP Global Communications, Inc.
SELLER
The Gale Group, Inc., a Delaware corporation and an affiliate of Cengage Learning, Inc.
SIZE
69.1
KB

Customer Reviews

Peewee12162003 ,

Don't laugh at me

It is when someone
Laugh at u and they don't like it but they
Care that what u think but they do care
So don't laugh at poeple because u will
Brake their Harte don't call them name
Like stupid dum the beaver if they had
Big front teethe

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